Never trust raccoons with critical financial life choices.
Evening ladies and gentlemen, the Inverseman here ready to address a very pressing concern, the outright greed of Tom Nook. How so? Read more to find out.
Hello everyone! Today marks the premier of the first episode of the new podcast Silverwolf Speaks. Released irregularly, this podcast will involve friends and I discussing every pop culture topic imaginable from the popular to the barely known. This episode features special guest Elessar, writer of the blog Arenor Productions.
Today’s episode discusses everything from upcoming superhero films to comics to favorite Transformers characters. Enjoy!
With Valentine’s Day almost here, I figured I’d try and help out everyone who’s thinking about relationships. I’ve figured out that there are seven different types of people everyone is destined to come across and possibly even date. This list compares those people to famous superheroes, so without further ado let’s dive in!
2013 looks like its going to be a very good year for movies. The next Paranormal Activity movie, the second in the Hobbit trilogy, the new Iron Man and Thor sequels, the new Star Trek, and quality actors in what looks like quality films. But let’s be honest here: not all of them are going to be winners. In fact, there’s a good portion of them are going to be terrible failures. And while we can’t predict them all, it shouldn’t be too difficult to point out which ones look like they will suck. Let’s not sugar coat it.
10) The Wolverine
Expected Release Date: July 26th
To say that Hugh Jackman is my favorite male actor is an understatement. I love almost everything he’s in. I even liked X-men Origins: Wolverine, which was a giant pile of crap, just because he was in it. I am a devoted fangirl, but I am not stupid. This, as the sequel to Origins, could spell disaster just like the first one. I mean, Darron Aronofsky was going to direct, but now we’ve got James Mangold who I only respect cause he did Girl, Interrupted and Walk the Line, which proves he can make good films. Still, I’m hoping they can prove the first film was a fluke and make this truly great. If not, we’ll someday get the sequel to X-men First Class.
The winter holidays keep rolling and we’ve got Christmas coming up. No ragnarok can stop the cheesy cornball holiday cheer, except one man.
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen, the insidious Inverseman here. I hope you all have gone and purchased my necromancy book after reading the preview from last time, just in time for the Barnes&Noble book signings. Today, I will be divulging into four wonderful ways you can “end the world” because the Mayans certainly had a lackluster performance yesterday.
Hello readers of Moar Powah! To celebrate the holidays (and with today being 12/12/12), the staff and I have decided to hold a holiday giveaway! What will we be giving away? A Cheerful Japan Tachikoma Nendoroid! If you’re a fan of Ghost in the Shell, you’ll definitely like this little figure. It’s got special Cheerful Japan accessories like pom-poms and banners; this Tachikoma and other Cheerful Japan nendoroid were sold to support the Tsunami relief efforts from a year ago.
“Enough with the boring stuff! How do I win?”
It’s quite simple. Simply tell us your most memorable/funny/awesome holiday moment, and we’ll pick out our favorite one. Anyone in the world can participate, as long as you speak English. Only one entry per person is allowed, and to help ensure this we’ll need you to include your name and address in your message. Entries will be accepted until 12:00 AM EST on January 1st, 2013. We’ll announce a winner on January 10th, 2013, and then we’ll follow up with the lucky person to finalize details.
Oh yeah, almost forgot. Please submit entries to contact.moarpowah[at]gmail.com. Good luck to everyone, and happy holidays!
For the month of October, the DC Comics website has undergone a transformation for what they’ve christened Villains Month. All this month, DC has posted villain related articles, sales, and even a sweepstakes. This week, they created a poll to craft the ultimate supervillain team. Just for fun, I decided to answer and figured I’d post who I chose and why.
When it rains blasphemy, it pours. Cause yes, I am actually writing this article. Here’s the thing – the last thing was all about Kyuubey and some of the stuff I mentioned was about basically not knowing some stuff, plot holes, and some crazy theories. This has to do with better solutions to the ending of the show. Does that mean I hate the ending presented? No, it was beautiful and symbolic and lovely, it was a very fitting end to the entire tragedy, and it felt like something had been accomplished. But I do recognize that if we are talking WITHIN the Madoka universe, there were many, many better wishes she could have made that would have made instead. So let’s take a look at what exactly could be fixed about the end to one of the most popular series of the decade. (WARNING: Like the last one, this article is crammed full of spoilers)
By now, everyone on the Internet knows more or less who or what Kyuubey is – the adorable looking alien from the mega-hit anime Puella Magi Madoka Magica that will grant your wishes in return for your service as a magical girl (apparently, no boys are allowed) fighting off witches that cause depression, suicide, and all types of terrible awful things. And yes, the implicit deal is all types of messed up since we find out later the conditions are way more terrible than implied by said cute alien making these contracts, who just wants to help save the universe.
But is Kyuubey as evil as he/it seems? Or perhaps his plan far, far more dastardly than ever imagined? Let’s take a look at some facts. (AND BE FOREWARNED THIS THING IS LITTERED WITH SPOILERS)
The Gundam franchise is populated with hundreds of Mobile Suits of every shape and size you can imagine (and some you probably can’t!). Obviously, lots of people are quick to pick the Gundams as their favorite, arguing whether Epyon is superior to the RX-78 or if the Alex could trounce the Exia. I, however, have always loved the grunt types. Read on to see my five favorite suits from the Gundam franchise!